Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – San Francisco, CA (11/18/80)

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Bob Dylan
11/18/80,
San Francisco, California
Plus Interview

Download: FLAC/MP3

LB-7438, (74min+51min)
from lk fall 80 set;; this is a sort of close eac match on d1t2 to LB-527 with mostly same flaws exept this has more discontinuities between tracks; (did not listen to all of this)

1. Let It Ride (McCoy/Dennis)
2. It’s Gonna Rain (C Johnson)
3. Come On In This House (?)
4. Saved By The Grace Of Your Love (Willie Smith/David Palmer)
5. Gotta Serve Somebody
6. I Believe In You
7. Like A Rolling Stone
8. Regina McCreary: Till I Get I Right
9. Man Gave Names To All The Animals
10. All Along The Watchtower
11. To Ramona
12. Ain’t Gonna Go To Hell For Anybody
13. Girl From The North Country
14. Slow Train
15. Carolyn Dennis: Walk Around Heaven All Day
16. Rise Again (Dallas Holm)
17. Let’s Keep It Between Us

CD2
18. Do Right To Me Baby (Do Unto Others)
19. Mary From The Wild Moor (trad.)
20. Solid Rock, 21. Just Like A Woman
22. Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
23. What Can I Do For You?
24. When You Gonna Wake Up
25. In The Garden
26. Blowin’ In The Wind
27 City Of Gold
28. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
29. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia – San Francisco, CA (01/31/76) – Interview

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Interview of Jerry Garcia by Father Miles Riley
KPIX-TV Studios
San Francisco, CA
Interview Date not certain.
Air date: January 31, 1976 (Saturday), 1pm

Download: FLAC/MP3

http://jgmf.blogspot.com/2011/01/listening-notes-jg-interview-by-father.html

This is a tagged version of shnid: 122025

–(16 tracks, 13:34)–
t01. Jerry’s mother [1:04]
t02. Jerry’s image, fame [1:52]
t03. aura, music vs. words, responsibility, leadership, JG experiential thing [3:00]
t04. interaction, film [0:16]
t05. TV [0:37]
t06. feedback, interaction with fans [0:37]
t07. mailing list, record samplers and fan mail [0:18]
t08. musical eclecticism, evolution, energy [0:46]
t09. where JG functions best [0:25]
t10. “it’s working” [0:28]
t11. the best things happen when everyone agrees [0:40]
t12. improvised architecture [0:32]
t13. feeling good about it [1:06]
t14. something to work on, with observable progress [1:00]
t15. sign off [0:03]
t16. Hank Harrison voice note [0:40]

JGMF:

Original note: “More from Hank Harrison’s cassette interviews.” Came with two further tracks. Track two was said to be interview to Robert Petersen, track three with Pigpen and Petersen. I note that Pigpen is on both, probably Petersen, too.

Lineage given as “MC > CD > EAC > FLAC”. I note that there’s gotta be more than that. Harrison’s voice notes are superimposed over tape, for one thing. And there was some kind of high-pitched tone at the start of some pieces … would that be a reel? Or would a little dication machine have done something like that, too?

Lineage: JGMF: I took the flac, decoded, tracked it with CDWave, wrote up these notes, and flac’d with TLH.

Recording: this runs to about 14 minutes. I assume the show was 30 minutes, but can’t know that. It’s possible Jerry was just one segment, let’s say, of 15 minutes, and that we aren’t missing much. Or it’s possible they spoke for 30 or 60 minutes. There is definitely some conversation missing here. We cut in at t01, and at a point are two there are references to things Jerry just said that don’t appear on the tape. Just a wild guess that it was 30 minutes and we have about half of it.

Material: Very, very interesting. I wonder how Father Miles Riley got Garcia to come into a TV studio to appear on his hipster priest show. Note that there is one interview, I can’t remember the context, in which Garcia talks about being fascinated with these TV preacher types. But in that seetting he was talking about the hellfire and brimstone types, sweating hard and asking for money. Like that white-haired coke fiend who used to be on Bay Area TV in the 70s. Anyway, Father Miles Riley sounds much more in the gentle, closeted, trying-to-be-hip, leftwing catholic priest tradition.

According to Harrison’s notes and based on the vibe of the conversation, it does feel face to face, in studio. HH’s notes only say the air date, not the recording date.

The good Father has a reasonably light touch in trying to steer JG toward things spiritual and whatnot, but JG really isn’t biting. He knows where Riley wants to take it, but he’s pretty good-humoredly steering clear of it. It’s a very interesting discussion. Indeed, t13 is sort of premised where the Priest tries to raise “faith”, and Garcia basically says that his own guiding light is whatever feels good. If it feels good, he does it. If it doesn’t, he doesn’t. Hardly a faith-based, less still even remotely ascetic, philosophy.

t01. This has to be the only tape I have ever heard of Jerry talking at all about his mother. There have been a few other interviews in which he discusses her, but hearing January 1976 JG talk about this is enlightening indeed. “I never was able to say to her, ‘I thought you did OK’.” I never was able to finish that idea. I don’t feel as though our relationship is gone forever. She always respected what I did, and liked the fact that I was a musician and liked what I was doing and so forth. And she never judged me. Even through things with involvement with drugs and things like that. It’s a shock as things like that always are. (re death of his mother). Once your parents are gone … y’know … y’know [heavily connotative pause, more in the sense of “it’s weird” in a way.] . They’re gone. On some levels it’s liberating and on other levels it’s very sad.”

t02. “The kind of fame that I’m involved in, such as it is, is low enough of a profile so that I’m not constantly being reminded of it” [people aren’t running up for autographs] “It’s much cooler than that.” So glad he could still say this as of early 1976, at least!

t07 note that the mention of the mailing list, record samplers etc. provides data consistent with the identified time frame of the interview.

t14. We might say something about Garcia’s workaholism based on t14. He basically says fulfillment in life results from having something to work on, on which one can make observable progress, at the very center of life. Homo Faber, of a sort.

t09. “I am not an artist in the solo … or in the independent artist in the Garrett mold. … I’m part of dynamic situations and that’s where I like it, and that’s where I feel I function best. And The GD as a collection of people are all people who’ve come to that idea.”

t11. GD: “If somebody doesn’t like it, we don’t do it. We’ve learned to trust each other.” “No idea really makes it if you can’t include everybody.”

t16. Hank Harrison: “That was Father Miles Riley, Catholic Priest televisio host of a show called ‘I Believe’, recorded at KPIX Studios in San Francisco, aired at 1 o’clock in the afternoon in the entire Bay Area, 1/31/76, interview with Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead.”

http://jgmf.blogspot.com

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Passaic, NJ (03/17/78)

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Jerry Garcia Band
3/17/78
Capitol Theater
Passaic, NJ

Download: FLAC/MP3
Early Show
source: FM simulcast 10/5″ reel master @ 7.5 ips
taped by Jerry Moore

This is a tagged version of shnid: 98256

lineage: reel master>hd-p2 24/48>cd wave>adobe 2.0 16/44>flac

technics rs-1506>sony nr-335>hd-p2 24/48>flac
tape (Ampex) was baked to cure sticky shed,
transferred & seeded to LL by Rob Berger

disc one:

01: DJ’s, inro
02: How Sweet It Is
03: Catfish John
04: Simple Twist Of Fate
05: They Love Each Other

disc two:

01: Gommorah
02: Mystery Train
encore
03: Cats Under The Stars
bonus track:
04: The Night Bird – Removed as its full of officially released classic rock songs.

Jerry Garcia Band
Capitol Theatre
Passaic, NJ
March 17, 1978 Late Show

Source: mono SOUNDBOARD cassette (copied from linear VHS videotape on June 14, 1978)

This is a tagged version of shnid: 123184

Lineage: Closed Circuit In House Videotape-> linear (mono)VHS Tape ->
Alan Bershaw’s Maxell UDXL2 cassette with Dolby B
(playback on Nakamichi Dragon with Dolby B in)-> Lexicon Lambda->
Logic (track indexing and amplifying levels only)->Wav 16/44.1-> FLAC

Transfer by Rob Nolan on September 7, 2012: Alan’s CDR-> Wav 16/44.1-> FLAC

Jerry Garcia guitar, vocals
John Kahn bass
Keith Godchaux keyboards
Donna Jean Godchaux backing vocals
Maria Muldaur backing vocals
Buzz Buchanan drums

1 Mission In The Rain 11:00
2 Russian // Lullaby (glitch @ 8:32) 12:03
3 Tore Up Over You 11:37
4 Love In The Afternoon 12:03
5 I’ll Be With Thee 05:03
6 Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 10:15
– encore –
7 Rhapsody In Red 07:21

Notes from the original uploader:
This Jerry show has never circulated in any form – not even an audience recording.
According to the Jerrysite, they opened with Harder They Come. I cannot verify that
but it is not present on this recording. The only notable flaw on this recording
is a glitch at 8:32 into Russian Lullaby, during John Kahn’s bass solo with an
unknown amount missing. This is a mono soundboard recording that is very clean
considering the lineage.

After hearing this Rhapsody In Red over the Labor Day weekend, I had to have this.
It is truly off the hook with Jerry shredding up a storm! Check it out!
Thank you to Alan!

Jerry Garcia
interview for Creem by Susan Klein
1978-03-17

tape is labeled backstage after JGB Capitol Theater, Passaic NY
lineage: interviewer’s recorder>cass>>? >trade >flac.
Transfer: Dragon nr-out>zoomH4 16/44.1>hcsd 8gb >Audacity>TLH>flac16.
taperchuck3 april, 2014 enjoy!

This is a tagged version of shnid: 128379

01 jer: on a NY? dj, security guard,
02 jerry on playing, music, business,
03 ‘oh boy! good ol drugs’, new record ,
04 roaches
05 media coverage, passive/active state of mind, reading
06 jerry’s reality, life, values , jerry swears,
07 on clive [Davis] ,music business ,
08 making records cheaper
09 on tour
10 music critics,
11 current band
12 what’s new, nose, this band,
13 on judging people
15 other projects: greenpeace, indian medicine gardens
16 small talk , movie in works,
17 talking, alarm goes off, <<NOTE: Alarm is on the tape!! >>
18 jerry’s drink, guitar folks leave, guitar
19 music
20 ,
21 on music
20 caddy comments, snoooort,
21 mentions pranksters
22 about bob weir’s music

comment: 60 minutes. c- quality. voices, not hi-fi.
seems like a hotel room between early and late shows.
Slight NR used to remove tape hiss. rough sound, maybe hand held. lots of background activity.
unique view of ‘day in the life’…
a tape trade from europe. back in the day. – chuck.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia & Bob Weir – San Francisco, CA (12/11/89)

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Jerry Garcia & Bob Weir
December 11th 1989
Rockline
National Public Radio Station
San Francisco, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

FM Broadcast
cassette master> Sound Forge 6.0> wav> shn

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 23114

I’ve removed the songs since they were the studio versions. – Mat

 

69:40

1. Q&A- 3:28
2. “Foolish Heart”- 4:57
3. Q&A- 3:46
4. “Touch Of Grey”- 5:38
5. Q&A- 5:43
6. “Picasso Moon”- 6:23
7. Q&A- 6:06
8. “I Need A Mircale”- 3:25
9. Q&A- 5:40
10. “Blow Away”- 5:54
11. Q&A- 6:17
12. “Standing On The Moon”- 5:00
13. Q&A- 7:23

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Sydney, Australia (02/10/86)

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Bob Dylan
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Brett Whiteley’s Studio
Surry Hills
10 February 1986

Download: FLAC/MP3

Note:
Brett Whiteley Studio, 2 Raper Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010, Australia
Building bought by Brett and Wendy Whiteley.
Previously, it was an old T-shirt factory, with concrete floors,
dusty brick walls and a large roller door onto Raper Street.
Brett Whiteley passed away in 1992

Sydney Press Conference.

Note: Fragments from this press conference were broadcast by Special Broadcasting Service, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

This Press Conference is taken from the bootleg “Press Conferences 1986; Hearts Of Five”.

Stereo studio recording, 30 minutes.
LB-11214 ; 32min ; 1CDR ; Rating: B+

complete raw tape stereo
lineage:
Reel >Reel > Tandberg TD 20A Actilinear Recorder (19 cms/7.5 ips) > Aiwa HD-S-100 Digital Audio Tape Recorder > Sony DT-120 DAT > Tech+Link Interconnect Cable (minijack) > Griffin iMic (minijack in/USB out) > iMac Intel Core i5 (USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Bus) >HairerSoft Amadeus Pro 2.1.3 (AIFF) > xACT 2.24 (6248) >
FLAC(lvl 4) 0.4341 (1 file), tags, md5, ffp > Audacity 2.0.3 (Frequency Analysis) >
Transmission/2.82 (14160)/13 (torrent) > electricladyland.synology.me by mixedup

bittorrent download 12/13;
in comparison to bootleg LB-8484, this is clearer and a little easier to hear the questions; (did not listen to all of this)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Belfast, Northern Ireland (09/08/12)

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VAN MORRISON
East Belfast Arts Festival
September 8th 2012 plus Radio Ulster Interview
(JTT Capture)

Download: FLAC/MP3

BBC Radio Ulster presents VAN MORRISON
in Conversation with Ralph McLean
Recorded: November 2012
Radio Ulster Broadcast: January 1st 2013

Includes Official Material, No Complete Tracks

SOURCE: BBC Radio Ulster Radio Player > Soundforge PRO10c * > FLAC Level 8

* Capture as .wav, Edit, Track Splits

Artwork for Double Jewel Case included

DISC ONE:
East Belfast Arts Festival

01. BABY PLEASE DON’T GO > HERE COMES THE NIGHT
02. ORANGEFIELD
03. DAYS LIKE THIS
04. OPEN THE DOOR TO YOUR HEART
05. MYSTIC OF THE EAST
06. WHENEVER CLIFF SHINES HIS LIGHT
07. CLOSE ENOUGH FOR JAZZ
08. BORN TO SING
09. JACKIE WILSON SAID
10. OLD BLACK MAGIC with SHANA MORRISON
11. SOMETIMES WE CRY with SHANA MORRISON
12. STAR OF THE COUNTY DOWN
13. HYNDFORD STREET >
14. GLORIA

DISC TWO:
In Conversation with Ralph McLean

Track Splits as Key Points

Chris White: Saxophone
Alistair White: Trombone
Dave Keary: Guitar
Paul Moore: Bass
Paul Moran: Keyboards
Jeff Lardner: Drums
Rod Quinn: Percussion
Special Guest: Shana Morrison

Capture, Mastering & Artwork: JTT 2013